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Rooney says U.S. players in MLS are 'underpaid'

4 monthes ago   |   By ESPN FC

Wayne Rooney discusses the two things that he would change about Major League Soccer. D.C. United striker Wayne Rooney has said that American players in Major League Soccer do not get paid enough.
The former Manchester United striker told ESPN FC in an exclusive interview that his U.S. teammates do not earn enough money, calling for team owners and league officials to increase wages in the next collective bargaining agreement.
"I feel that American players get underpaid," he said. "I feel they deserve to get more money to stay in line with football in the rest of the world and in...
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